Gottlieb Daimler brief introduction
Gottlieb Daimler was born on March 17, 1834 in a family of handicraft workers in Schöndorf am Rhein, Germany, and his father was a bakery owner.
In 1852 he studied at the Stuttgart School of Engineering.
In 1872, Daimler designed a four-stroke engine. In 1883, he collaborated with his good friend, the famous inventor Wilhelm Maybach, to develop a gasoline-powered engine. In 1885, the engine was mounted on a wooden two-wheeler and invented. motorcycle.
In 1886, Daimler installed the engine on the carriage he bought for his wife's 43rd birthday, creating the first Daimler.